Stef NimmegeersInnovation Management, Botfather, Design

What products help you live without distraction?

Let's start a discussion about those products that truly make a positive difference in the attention economy ⏱ 📈 💯
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  1. 10
    Headspace 2.0

    Meditation made simple in just 10 minutes a day

    MozammilVice President, Research & Development · Written
    Headspace is *really* up there for me. If you are into meditation or interested in it, check it out :)
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    Calm

    Take a break and meditate.

    Nikolaj Bomann MertzBlogger at The Data Dynasty · Written
    Calm is my personal favorite - great for meditation! Fantastic stories, great guidance and the option to just have a silent moment
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    Priyanka SharmaProduct Designer · Written
    Calm is great! The stories are wonderful and well narrated. Definitely recommending this to anyone who wants to sleep better.
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    Bartek K. SoltysMarketing/Social Media Student · Written
    Great app with tons of background music/sounds (or none if you prefer that) with a lot of content including a simple breathing timer and the Daily Calm- a brand new meditation session every day. Constant updates, Android/iOS/website support all at a great price with some meditation sessions also available for free to try out.
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  3. 7
    Noisli 2.0

    Improve focus and boost your productivity with ambient noise

    Aleksandra5Maker @ Tealosophy, Supergirls · Written
    A mix of the rain, forest and couple of other sounds make a HUGE difference to my working routine. Helps to focus, relax and fight stress, and all in one product.
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    Kenny CucchiaEntrepreneur l Altcoin Investor · Written
    Music with words distracts me. I'm a weirdo.. so once I get tired of the BUMP BUMP BUMP of EDM, its Noisli for me.
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  4. 7
    Brain.fm

    Music for the brain to improve focus, meditation & sleep

    Dan KaplanI craft stories that break through. · Written
    Been using Brain.fm since it launched and it is (no exaggeration) a life-changer. Whenever I'm struggling to get into writing/creating mode, I put on headphones and turn on "Focus" for 30-60 minutes. 5-10 minutes later, the distractions have melted away and I'm on task.
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    Virginia BarnettSerial Entrepreneur · Written
    I agree, I also feel more motivated to complete the project I am working on.
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  5. 5
    News Feed Eradicator

    Replace your news feed with an inspiring quote

    Sometimes it's easy to get stuck in an endless mindless scroll-athon. Installed this on my laptop and saved all scrolling for devices instead.
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  6. Nikhil JoisCo-founder, Eventosaur · Written
    Love the product and the way it guides even newbies such as myself. My go-to app for meditation these days.
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  7. 2
    Newsfeed Burner

    Burn away distractions on Facebook, Linkedin and Youtube

    Juho SAll great roads go through PH · Written
    This combined with turning off A L L notifications on phone and laptop (yes, you can live without Whatsapp message also, ask them to call / sms if it's urgent). You will see calming down sensation in matter of days.
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  8. Jorge MirProduct Manager · Written
    Using a Pomodoro timer really helps get in focus mode. The integration with my current to do app (Todoist) is great because it's bidirectional. Plus, the ability to block certain websites during a timer is a nice touch.
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  9. 2
    PAUSE

    A relaxation and meditation app by ustwo

    Nichole Elizabeth DeMeré10SaaS Consultant & Community Growth · Written
    A totally new mobile relaxation and meditation experience for a calmer state of mind, Pause brings the act of ‘focused attention’ to the mobile screen. With a grounding in cognitive psychology and physiology, Pause uses a patent-pending technique to activate the restoration process and the relaxation response.
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    Sway

    An interactive meditation app for mindfulness on the move

    Nichole Elizabeth DeMeré10SaaS Consultant & Community Growth · Written
    Sway is an ‘interactive meditation’ experience. It uses your phone to track movement and provides feedback to help you gain focus and improve your attention.
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  11. 2
    Toby

    Better Than Bookmarks

    Kasper VancoppenolleFreelance Growth Marketeer · Written
    Ever felt like those 100 browser tabs in Chrome are distracting you from work? This one is a bliss.
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  12. Geffrey van der BosUX / Graphic Designer · Written
    I'd recommend using this as a Pomodoro technique. Combine it with a kanban style setup on a Trello board and you're good to go. 25 minutes work, 5 minutes allowed distraction. Eventually the breaks just get annoying and you keep focused anyhow. Good luck!
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    Audible.com

    The best way to listen to Audiobooks on your iPhone

    Omer Molad4Co-founder and CEO @ Vervoe · Written
    I know most people recommended mindfulness or productivity apps. But I actually find that when I'm walking my dog and listening to a book I go into my own world and really focus on one thing - the story I'm listening to - which basically never happens otherwise. It's not something that keeps my distraction-free all day - nothing does - but it keeps my focused on learning and improving for a short period of time and I find that really valuable.
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  14. PavelProduct Design · Written
    TimeBit helps to focus on current and distract less. It`s a combination of timer & to-do list & routine builder made to keep focus on what`s really matters.
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